Wednesday, April 9, 2014

CBX monthly email alert

And some more hypnotizing stupid crap from the government-

Children's Bureau Express
Welcome to the monthly email alert from Children's Bureau Express
April 2014 | Vol. 15, No. 4

Spotlight on National Child Abuse Prevention Month
As part of our Spotlight on National Child Abuse Prevention Month, CBX highlights a synthesis of the 20-year findings from the Longitudinal Studies of Child Abuse and Neglect; a new literature review of the role the protective factors play in populations served by the Administration on Children, Youth and Families; and more.
carot April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
carot Longitudinal Findings on Child Abuse and Neglect
carot New Protective Factors Literature Review
carot Meet the Protective Factors!
carot Multidisciplinary Child Protection Teams
carot Helping Parents Communicate With Their Teens

News From the Children's Bureau
A research brief from the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation highlights the first-year implementation activities of 14 grantees awarded discretionary grants for the Coordination of Tribal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and Child Welfare Services to Tribal Families at Risk of Child Abuse or Neglect. We also point to new funding opportunity announcements.
carot Associate Commissioner's Page
carot Research and Evaluation, Virtual Summit Series Updates
carot Tribal TANF and Child Welfare Services
carot Funding Opportunity Announcements
carot CB Website Updates

Training and Technical Assistance Network Updates
The National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology officially released the web section for its Framework for Managing With Data, and we highlight other updates from members of the Children's Bureau's T&TA Network.
carot NRCPFC Youth Permanency Toolkit
carot NRCCWDT's Framework for Managing With Data
carot More Updates From the T&TA Network

Child Welfare Research
We point to research on the feasibility and efficacy of supplementing a new mother's residential substance-abuse treatment with a brief and rigorous attachment-based parenting program, a report on efforts to improve permanence efforts in four States through the use of permanency roundtables, and more.
carot Differential Response in Illinois
carot Study Examines Attachment-Based Parenting
carot Outcomes of Permanency Roundtables for Youth
carot Improving Mental Health Services to Children

Strategies and Tools for Practice
This section of CBX offers publications, articles, reports, toolkits, and other instruments that provide either evidence-based strategies or other concrete help to child welfare and related professionals.
carot Assessing Child Sexual, Physical Abuse
carot Resources to Support LGBTQI2-S Youth, Families
carot Improving Outcomes for Youth in Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice
carot Promoting Educational Success of Children in Foster Care

This CBX section provides a quick list of interesting resources, such as websites, videos, journals, funding or scholarship opportunities, or other materials that can be used in the field or with families.
carot Guide to Safe Harbor for Trafficking Victims
carot Resources for Working With LGBTQ Youth
carot Understanding Single-Parent Adoption
carot Factsheet on Child Trauma

Training and Conferences

carot Toddler Social Emotional Health Curriculum
carot Conferences

Children's Bureau Express is designed for professionals concerned with child abuse and neglect, child welfare, and adoption. Children's Bureau Express is supported by the Children's Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and published by Child Welfare Information Gateway. Articles in Children's Bureau Express are presented for informational purposes only; their inclusion does not represent an endorsement by the Children's Bureau or Child Welfare Information Gateway.
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